Your Suzuki Samurai will be happy to know that the search for the right Gear Oil products you’ve been looking for is over! Advance Auto Parts has 3 different Gear Oil for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. The best part is, our Suzuki Samurai Gear Oil products start from as little as $37.99.
When it comes to your Suzuki Samurai, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Gear Oil product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence. Some of our top Gear Oil product brands are Yukon Gear and Pennzoil. We’re sure you will get the right product to keep that Samurai running for a long time.
We even have reviews of our OEM and aftermarket Gear Oil products to help you buy with confidence. Hear from other customers via the 628 reviews on parts for your Suzuki Samurai.
Shop online, find the best price on the right product, and have it shipped right to your door. If you prefer to shop in person for the right Gear Oil products for your Samurai, visit one of our local Advance Auto Parts locations and you’ll be back on the road in no time!
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There is a marketing slogan on the jug that says "Rated for extreme temperatures". What does that mean? 20 degrees F? Why not just put the information on the label? The information is not readily available on the website. Phone line is closed. It gets down to minus 40 here so we need this information, not a slogan. Idiotic!
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I been a mechanic for 23 years and I seen tests done from vendors and I am sold on full synthetic for my ram 1500 5.7 with a good quality oil filter , I change my oil between 5000-7500 miles , I pull a camper up to 7k pounds and take long trips to Days to -zero degrees to above 100 degrees. If u have engine problems a better oil won't help u , regular oil is fine in 75% of cars , if ur oil cap says requires synthetic and it's under warranty make sure u use it or they will void it. Another myth is at 5k miles I don't see any difference between color VS a synthetic oil, it's still dark black . It seems like most oil breaks down at 1500-2000 miles and changes color quick . I'm going with what I seen. In person on tests and I'm using synethic and I like it s made from natural gas
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And my motor was running great for a while!! My filter was on tight and the plug l also? No leeks!
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